She was part of the conspiracy against the Clarence Thomas Supreme Court nomination.
In October 2002, Boxer was one of 23 U.S. Senators to oppose the Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution.
In December 2004, Boxer—along with Senator Raul Grijalva, Rep. Dennis Kucinich, and Rep. Henry Waxman—provided a diplomatic courtesy letter for Medea Benjamin, Jodie Evans, and several other antiwar activists who wished to deliver a combined $600,000 in medical supplies and cash to the families of the terrorist insurgents who were fighting American troops in Fallujah, Iraq. The organizations sponsoring the delegation were Code Pink, Global Exchange, the Middle East Children's Alliance, Peace Action, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Project Guerrero Azteca for Peace, United for Peace and Justice, and Voices in the Wilderness.
In October 2012 Boxer denounced the anti-voter-fraud group True the Vote, which had petitioned election officials across the U.S. to review questionable and duplicate voter registrations, and to remove the names of deceased or otherwise ineligible voters from the rolls. Said Boxer: “I don’t believe this is ‘True the Vote.’ I believe it’s ‘Stop the Vote.’” Asking the Department of Justice to “protect Americans from voter intimidation,” the senator stated: “No group can be allowed to intimidate or interfere with this fundamental right that is essential for American democracy.”
In May 2014 Boxer denounced congressional Republicans for pressing forward with an investigation into the September 11, 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi. By the senator's telling, the probe was a “sham,” a “political witch-hunt,” a “kangaroo court,” and a “waste of taxpayer dollars.” She also suggested that the investigation was motivated chiefly by the fact that Republicans were “afraid of [former Secretary of State] Hillary Clinton's [possible presidential] candidacy” in 2016. “[But] they’re not going to investigate the tragedy and the scandal of more than 4,000 Americans killed in the Iraq War based on phony intelligence,” Boxer added.
Over the years, Boxer has received political and financial support from such organizations as 21st Century Democrats, Code Pink, the Council for a Livable World, the Democratic Socialists of America, EMILY's List, and Planned Parenthood. She is also one of only a handful of candidates to whom billionaire George Soros has given a personal contribution.Her career is filled with extremist politics and socialist-communist sympathies, yet continued to call herself a 'Democrat'. She urged the US to ratify a UN measure with an agenda to end parental rights. She pushed for a world government molded out of the United Nations and government programs that would override parental control and rights. To Boxer, the state is supreme and those operating it.
The following is a video montage of her congressional legacy and corrupted career ...